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EXPANDING OUR SEATTLE WATERFRONT POTENTIAL
TALL SHIPS ON SEATTLE WATERFRONT



Ahoy Maritime Captains! From Around The World!

Seattle, Washington is not preparing to welcome:

  • Tall ships,
  • Historic Steamships,
  • Educational/Research Vessels, and
  • Cultural/Museum Vessels.

    The City of Seattle is not rolling out the blue carpet at no fewer than 15 docks across the city's central waterfront

    Seattle has not realized that, tall ships, smaller freighters and historic-research-museum ships have avoided Seattle's Central Waterfront Piers because it's docks are dilapidated and bureaucratic issues to market the motorist only, to make Port of Seattle un welcoming port. This rejection to make piers available for docking, has diminished our maritime heritage and robbed Seattle maritime trade and tourism of the unique spectacle and economic stimulus impact these vessels provide to central waterfront.

    Changes are in motion for the "City’s Central Waterfront" restoration of historic vessel piers and docking inventory and protocols

    A Working Historical Central Waterfront

    Maritime Historical and Coexisting Maritime Industry!

    The Seattle's Central Waterfront needs restoration of "water-dependent transportation historic piers".

    As Seattle modernizes it city and changes its economic growth planning, the need for a "working central waterfront that integrates essential transportation, with providing opportunity for historical vessels and preserving the tall ship industrial functions, must be part of strategic plan, as well.

    A working historic central waterfront with adequate port services, ensures economic employment and commerce activites from:

  • Tugs,
  • Repair Facilities, and
  • Other Maritime-Support Businesses.

    Without a working maritime central waterfront, the economic growth of various maritime industries will not be able to function, thus a waterfront economic and ecological calamity will take over with non maritime commerce.



    A Greener Historical Preservation Of The Central Waterfront

    As Seattle central waterfront development goes forward, it is necessary to recognize all water-dependent transportation to be part of strategic plan for a balanced maritime indutry.

    "A Healthy Port of Seattle Harbor" must include the "Historical Central Waterfront Piers" will contribute to the well being of local residents, as well as a robust tourism economy and maritime diveresty of commerce.

    Seattle's Elliot Bay Harbor surprisingly has few piers and docks where tall ships and other vessels can legally and affordably dock.

    "The Historical Central Waterfront Restoration Planning", where the City can be adapted "pier restoration requirements" for a variety of uses, including:

  • Safe Ship Docking Procedures,
  • Providing Bollards and Cleats For Mooring,
  • Installing Security Gates That Access To Water,
  • Waste Management,
  • Septic Services,
  • Refueling Procedures,
  • Supply & Restocking Deliveries,
  • Public Viewing Acess, and
  • Passenger Access.

    Recognizing Historical Central Waterfront Piers As A Destination

    Seattle's Historical Central Waterfront Piers should be alive with maritime traffic and diverse maritime commerce as the cities that surround Elliot Bay Harbor.

    As the central waterfront re-developmet planning continues, it must include restoration planning of central waterfront piers and miles of waterfront shoreline promenades, with a maritime infrastructure theme that will for maritime:

  • Transportation,
  • Recreation,
  • Commerce, and
  • Emergencies.

    Seattle's Historical Central Waterfront Piers In Motion

    The following list of surviving sailing vessels, covers vessels greater than about 200 feet, classified in:

  • Sailing Yachts,
  • Tall Ships,
  • Sailing Cruise Ships,
  • Sailing Training Ships,
  • Sailing Museum Ships,
  • Sailing Private Organization Ships,
  • Sailing Research/Experimental Ships,
  • Sailing Military Ships.

    Including:

  • Year Launch
  • Shipyard
  • Overall Length
  • Length On Deck
  • Waterline Length
  • Beam Width.
  • Gross Tonnage
  • Displacement
  • Current Status:
    S = Sailing/Active Navigating
    F = Floating Moored Museum Display, Non-Navigating
    D= Drydock or "On Land Museum Display"

    The speeds of tall sailing ships vary greatly depending on circumstances of wind, tide, current and sailor's capacity to navigate the seas.

  • Sailing Cargo ships usually sailed with minimum crew and aiming for maximum speed.
  • Training Ships sail with apprentices, students and teachers.
  • Sailing Cruise Ships with passengers; consider economy, follow strict safety procedure and comfort of passenger are more important.

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    MARITIME ASSOCIATION AND ORGANIZATIONS

  • Pacific Maritime Association

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  • Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance



    MARITIME CLUBS

  • Transportation Club of Seattle

  • Seattle Sailing Club

  • Seattle Yacht Club

  • Queen City Yacht Club

  • Waypoint Boating Club

  • Corinthian Yacht Club

  • Puget Sound Yacht Club



    MARITIME UNIONS

  • Sailors' Union of the Pacific

  • Inlandboatmen's Union of the Pacific

  • International Longshoremen and Warehouse Union

  • International Longshoremen Union



  • MARITIME SCHOOLS AND TRAINING

  • Japan National Institute for Sea Training

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  • Crawford Nautical School




  • Names Image Year Status Shipyard LOA   Beam  Masts Hull Sail Speed Tonnage Class
    Club Med 2 1992 S SNACH 636.5 ft (194.0 m) 65.6 ft (20.0 m) 5-mast motor-sailor Steel 26,000sq ft (2,400m) 4 14,983 tons Cruise
    Wind Surf
    Club Med 1
    1990 S SNACH 617 ft (188 m) 66 ft (20 m) 5-mast motor-sailer Steel 26,881 sq ft (2,497.3 m) ukn 14745 GRT Cruise
    Aqua City
    Merida
    1984 ukn Nippon Kokan 590.2 ft (179.9 m) 23.4 ft (7.1 m) 2-mast sail-assist Steel 352 m² ukn 30,900 DWT Cargo
    Usuki Pioneer
    Swift Wings
    S1 Moon
    1984 ukn Usuki Tekkosho, Saiki 531.5 ft (162.0 m) 83 ft (25 m) 2-mast sail-assist Steel 640 m² ukn 18,597 GRT Cargo
    Wind Star 1986 S SNACH 440 ft (130 m) 52.1 ft (15.9 m) 4-mast motor-sailer Steel 21,500 sq ft (2,000 m) ukn 5,350 GRT Cruise
    Wind Spirit 1988 S SNACH 440 ft (130 m) 52.1 ft (15.9 m) 4-mast motor-sailer Steel 21,500 sq ft (2,000 m) ukn 5,350 GRT Cruise
    Royal Clipper 2000 S GdaĹ„sk, Merwede Shipyard 439 ft (134 m) 54 ft (16 m) 5-mast full rig Steel 56,000 sq ft (5,200 m) 20/8
    5050 GRT Cruise
    HMS Warrior 1860 F Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Co. Ltd 418 ft (127 m) 58 ft (18 m) 3-mast full rig Iron ukn 13 6039 tons Museum
    Moshulu
    Kurt
    1904 F William Hamilton, River Clyde 396 ft (121 m) 46.9 ft (14.3 m) 4-mast barque Steel 44,993 sq ft (4,180.0 m) 17 3200 GRT Museum
    Sedov,
    Kommodore Johnsen
    Magdalene
    Vinnen II
    1921 S Friedrich Krupp Germaniawerft 385.5 ft (117.5 m) 48.9 ft (14.9 m) 4-mast barque Steel 45,154 sq ft (4,194.9 m) 18 3476 Cargo
    Peking
    HMS Pekin
    Arethusa II
    Peking
    1911 F Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 377.5 ft (115.1 m) 45.6 ft (13.9 m) 4-mast barque Steel 44,132 sq ft (4,100.0 m) 17 3100 GRT Museum
    Passat 1911 F Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 377 ft (115 m) 47.3 ft (14.4 m) 4-mast barque Steel 49,514 sq ft (4,600.0 m) 18 3091 GRT Cargo
    Kruzenshtern

    Padua
    1926 S J. C. Tecklenborg AG 375.5 ft (114.5 m) 46.0 ft (14.0 m) 4-mast barque Steel 36,600 sq ft (3,400 m) 17.3 3545 Tourist
    Juan Sebastián
    Elcano
    1927 S Echevarrieta & Larriñaga, Cadiz 370 ft (110 m) 43.3 ft (13.2 m) 4-mast Steel 26,555 sq ft (2,467.0 m) 16.9 3754 Training
    Esmeralda 1953 S Echevarrieta & Larriñaga, Cadiz 370 ft (110 m) 43.3 ft (13.2 m) 4-mast Steel 26,555 sq ft (2,467.0 m) 17.5 3754 Training
    Star Flyer 1991 S Scheepswerven van Langerbrugge 366 ft (112 m) 49.8 ft (15.2 m) 4-mast barquentine Steel 36,000 ft² ukn 2,298 GT Cruise
    Star Clipper 1992 S Scheepswerven van Langerbrugge 366 ft (112 m) 45.9 ft (14.0 m) 4-mast barquentine Steel 36,000 ft² ukn 2,298 GT Cruise
    Dar MĹ‚
    odzieĹĽy
    1982 S Lenin Shipyard 362.9 (110.6 m) 45.9 ft (14.0 m) 3-mast frigate Steel 32453 ft (3015 m²) 16.5-11.3 2385 GRT Training
    Kaiwo Maru II 1989 S Sumitomo Heavy Industries (SHI) 361 ft (110 m) 45.2 ft (13.8 m) 4-mast barque Steel 29,708 sq ft (2,760.0 m) ukn 2556 Training
    Nippon Maru II 1984 S SHI 361 ft (110 m) 35.1 ft (10.7 m) 4-mast barque Steel 29,708 sq ft (2,760.0 m) ukn 2570 Training
    Sea Cloud
    Angelita
    Hussar II
    1931 S Krupp 360 ft (109.7) m 50 ft (15 m) 4-mast full rig ship Steel 32,000 sq ft (3,000 m) ukn 2532 GRT Cruise
    STS Pallada 1989 S GdaĹ„sk Shipyard 356.3 ft (108.6 m) 45.75 ft (13.94 m) 3-mast full rig Steel 29,827 sq ft (2,771.0 m) 18.7 2264 GRT Training
    Nadezhda 1992 S Gdańsk Shipyard 109.4 m 14 m 3-mast Steel 2768 m² ukn 2986 tons Training
    Mir 1987 S Lenin Shipyard 358 ft (109 m) 45.6 ft (13.9 m) 3-mast Steel 2771 m² 19.4 2257 Training
    Khersones 1989 S Lenin Shipyard 356 ft (109 m) 46 ft (14 m) 3-mast Steel 29,800 sq ft (2,770 m) 18 ukn Charter
    Sea Cloud II 2001 S Astilleros Gondán, Castropol 348 ft (106 m) 52 ft (16 m) 3-mast barque Steel 30,000 sq ft (2,800 m) ukn 3849 GRT Cruise
    Libertad 1956 S Rio Santiago 340.4 ft (103.8 m) 46.9 ft (14.3 m) 3-mast ship Steel 28,546 sq ft (2,652.0 m) 18 3720 Training
    Amerigo Vespucci 1930 S Castellammare di Stabia 331 ft (101 m) 51 ft (16 m) 3-mast full rig Steel 30,400 sq ft (2,820 m) 10 4146 tons Training
    Statsraad
    Lehmkuhl

    Grossherzog
    Friedrich
    August
    1914 S J. C. Tecklenborg AG 321.5 ft (98.0 m) 41.4 ft (12.6 m) 3-mast barque Steel 21,808 sq ft (2,026.0 m) 17 1516 Training
    SS Great Britain 1843 D Bristol 322 ft (98 m) 50 ft 6 in (15.39 m) 5-mast steamer
    3-mast
    iron ukn ukn 3,675 DWT Museum
    Pommern
    Mneme
    1903 F J Reid & Co 312 ft (95 m) 43 ft 13 m 4-mast barque Steel 36,800 sq ft (3,420 m) ukn 2376 GRT Museum
    Dar Pomorza

    Prinzess Eitel Friedrich
    1909 F Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 305.1 ft (93.0 m) 41.3 ft (12.6 m) 3-mast frigate Steel 2100 m² 17.5 1561 tons Museum
    Eos 2006 S LĂĽrssen 304.9 ft (92.9 m) 44.3 ft (13.5 m) 3-mast bermuda rigged Aluminium 3600 m² ukn 1500 Yacht
    USS Constitution 1797 FS Edmund Hartt, Boston 304 ft (93 m) 43 ft (13 m) 3-mast heavy frigate Wood 42,710 sq ft (3,968 m) 13 2200 tons Warship
    Balclutha

    Pacific Queen
    Star of Alaska
    Balclutha
    1886 F Charles Connell and Company 301 ft (92 m) 38.6 ft (11.8 m) 3-mast full rig ship Steel ukn ukn 1689 GRT Museum
    CuauhtĂmoc 1982 S Astilleros Celaya S.A., Bilbao, Spain 296.9 ft (90.5 m) 39 ft 4 in (12 m) 3-mast barque Steel 25,489 sq ft (2,368.0 m) ukn 1,800 tons Training
    Athena 2004 S Royal Huisman 295.3 ft (90.0 m) 40.0 ft (12.2 m) 3-mast gaff rigged Aluminium 28,632 sq ft (2,660.0 m) 18.9- 16 1177 Yacht
    USCGC Eagle
    Horst Wessel
    1936 S Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 295 ft (90 m) 39 ft 1 in (11.9 m) 3-mast barque Steel 21,344 sq ft (1,982.9 m) 17 1784 tons Training
    Sagres III

    Guanabara
    Albert Leo Schlageter
    1937 S Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 295 ft (90 m) 40 ft (12 m) 3-mast barque Steel 21,000 sq ft (2,000 m) 16.5 1,755 tons Training
    Legacy
    France II
    [pending] 1959 S Forges et al. Meditterranee, Le Havre 294 ft (90 m) 40 ft (12.9 ft) 4-mast Barquentine Steel ukn ukn 1740 GRT Cruise
    Gorch Fock 1958 S Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 293.3 ft (89.4 m) 39 ft (12 m) 3-mast barque Steel 21,926 sq ft (2,037.0 m) 18.2 3181 GRT Training
    Le Ponant 1991 S Societe Francaise de Construction Navale 290 ft (88 m) 39.4 ft (12.0 m) 3-mast schooner Steel 16,140 sq ft (1,499 m) ukn 1443 UMS Cruise
    Maltese
    Falcon
    2006 S Perini Navi 289.1 ft (88.1 m) 40.9 ft (12.5 m) 3-mast dynarigg clipper Steel 25,791 sq ft (2,396.1 m) ukn 1110 Yacht
    Cutty Sark 1869 D William Denny and Brothers/ Scott & Linton, Dumbarton 280 ft (85 m) 36 ft (11 m) 3-mast Clipper Wood/Iron 32,291 sq ft (2,999.9 m) 17.1 963 GRT Museum
    Falls of Clyde 1878 F Russell and Company, Port Glasgow 280 ft (85 m) 40 ft (12 m) 4-mast Iron ukn 16 1807 GRT Museum
    Star of India
    Euterpe
    1863 S Gibson, McDonald & Arnold, Ramsey, Isle of Man 278 ft (85 m) 35.2 ft (10.7 m) 3-mast barque Iron ukn ukn 1318 GRT Museum
    SimĂłn BolĂ­var 1979 S Astilleros Celaya 270 ft (82 m) 35 ft 1 in (10.69 m) 3-mast barque Steel 17,800 sq ft (1,650 m) ukn 1260 tons Training
    Mircea 1938 S Blohm + Voss, Hamburg 269.4 ft (82.1 ft) 39.4 ft (12.0 m) 3-mast barque Steel 18,815 sq ft (1,748.0 m) ukn 1312 GRT Training
    Mercator 1932 F Ramage and Ferguson, Leith 258 ft (79 m) 35 ft (11 m) 3-mast Steel ukn 13 770 Museum
    Guayas 1976 S Astilleros Celaya S.A., Bilbao, Spain 257 ft 3 in (78.40 m) 33 ft 4 in (10.16 m) 3-mast barque Steel 15,200 ft² (1410 m² ) ukn 934 DWT Training
    Danmark 1933 S Nakskov 253 ft (77 m) 33.1 ft (10.1 m) 3-mast ship Steel 17 567 sq ft (52.7 m) ukn 737 Training
    Stad Amsterdam 2000 S Amsterdam 249.3 ft (76.0 m) 34.5 ft (10.5 m) 3-mast clipper Steel 23,681 sq ft (2,200.0 m) 17 723 GRT ukn
    Mirabella V 2004 S Vosper Thornycroft 246.8 ft (75.2 m) 48.6 ft (14.8 m) 1-mast, sloop GRP 36,490 sq ft (3,390 m) ukn 1004 Yacht
    Phocea
    Club
    Mediterran

    La Vie Claire
    1976 S DCAN, Toulon 246.5 ft (75.1 m) 31.4 ft (9.6 m) 4-mast schooner Steel 2775 m² 18 530 Yacht
    Christian Radich 1937 S Framnæs, Norway 240 ft (73 m) 32 ft (9.8 m) 3 mast full rigged ship Steel 14,600 sq ft (1,360 m) 14 1050 tons Training
    Shin Aitoku Maru [pending] 1980 ukn Nippon Kokan 236 ft (72 m) 34 ft (10 m) 2-mast motor-sailor Steel 200 m² ukn 1600 DWT Research
    Jylland 1860 D Naval dock Yard, Copenhagen 233 ft (71 m) 44 ft (13 m) 3-mast steam frigate Wood ukn 12 2456 tons Museum
    HMS Victory 1765 D Chatham Dockyard 227 ft 6 in (69.3 m) 51 ft 10 in (15.8 m) 3-mast ship of the line Wood 58,556 sq ft (5,440.0 m) 9 2142 tons Museum
    Atlantic [pending] 2010 S Van der Graaf 227.2 ft (69.3 m) 29 ft (8.8 m) 3-mast schooner steel 18,500 sq ft (1,720 m) ukn ukn ukn
    Atlantic 1903 H Townsend and Downey 227 ft (69 m) 29 ft (8.8 m) 3-mast schooner steel 18,500 sq ft (1,720 m) 20 303 tons Yacht
    Palinuro 1934 S ukn 226.4 ft (69.0 m) 30.2 ft (9.2 m) 3-mast Steel 2634 m² ukn 835 t Training
    Lady Elizabeth 1879 W Robert Thompson & Sons 223 ft (68 m) 35 ft (11 m) 3-mast Barque Iron ukn ukn 1208 Cargo
    Vertigo [pending] 2010 S Alloy Yachts, Auckland 220 ft (67 m) 41.1 ft (12.5 m) 2-mast ketch Aluminium 5330m² 20 837 GRT Yacht
    C.A. Thayer 1895 F Hans D. Bendixsen 219 ft (67 m) 36 ft (11 m) 3-mast schooner Wood ukn ukn 453 GRT Museum
    Hetairos
    Panamax
    [pending] 2011 S Baltic Yachts, Finland 218.8 ft (66.7 m) 34.6 ft (10.5 m) 2-mast ketch GRP ukn ukn ukn Yacht
    Aglaia [pending] 2011 S Vitters Shipyard 216.5 ft (66.0 m) 33.8 ft (10.3 m) 1-mast, sloop ukn 2370 m² ukn 494 Yacht
    Creole
    Vira
    [pending] 1927 S Camper & Nicholsons, refitting by Cantiere Navale Ferrari-Signani 214.2 ft
    (65.3 m)
    30.97 ft
    (9.4 m)
    3-mast schooner Wood 1640 m² ukn 381 Yacht
    ALEX 2 2011 S BVT 213.4 ft (65.0 m) 33 ft (10 m) 3-mast Steel 1360 m² ukn 763 GRT Training
    Tenacious 2000 S Jubilee Yard, Southampton 213 ft (65 m) 35 ft (11 m) 3-mast ship Wood 13,100 sq ft (1,220 m) 11 586 tond Training
    Adix [pending] 1984 S Astilleros de Mallorca S.A. 212.76 ft (64.85 m) 29.13 ft (8.88 m) 3-mast schooner Steel 1720 m² ukn 291 Yacht
    Pilar Rossi [pending] 1989
    2005
    S Alucraft 211.12 ft (64.35 m) 46.2 ft (14.1 m) 2-mast trimaran Steel ukn ukn ukn Yacht
    Sørlandet [pending] 1927 S Høivolds Mek. Verksted 210.47 ft (64.15 m) 22.54 ft (6.87 m) 3-mast full rig Steel 1166 m² 17 499 GT Training
    Felicita West [pending] 2003 S Perini Navi 209.97 ft (64.00 m) 41.7 ft (12.7 m) 2-mast Aluminium 2299 m² ukn 650 Yacht
    Running on Waves [pending] 2011 S Gdansk 209.97 ft (64.00 m) 29.53 ft (9.00 m) 3-mast Barkentine Steel 1300 m² 16 634 GT Yacht
    GroĂźherzogin
    Elisabeth

    Ariadne
    San Antonio
    1909 S Scheepswerf Smit Jan Alblasserdam 209 ft (64 m) 27.0 ft (8.2 m) 3-mast Schooner Steel 1010 m² ukn 463 GRT Club
    Cruise
    Alexander
    von Humboldt

    Reserve
    Sonderburg
    1906 S Werft AG Weser 205.2 (62.55 m) 26.3 ft (8.0 m) 3-mast Barque Steel 11,140 sq ft (1,035 m) 10.5 829 ts Yacht

    Length Beam Name Service Status About the The Ship
    054.71 54.71 m
    (179 ft 6 in)
    9.8 m
    (32 ft)
    HMS Surprise 1970 Museum Originally commissioned and operated as a sail training ship, HMS Rose was renamed Surprise for her part in the movie Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. She was sold to the Maritime Museum of San Diego in 2007. She again appeared on film as HMS Providence in the Disney film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.
    047.5 47.5 m
    (155.8 ft)
    11.7 m Vasa 1628-1628 Museum

    Swedish warship sunk on its maiden voyage when a gale forced water onto the ship, it fell over on its port side and sank. Her sparred length is estimated at 69 meters, but her measured deck length (between perpendiculars) is 47.5 meters (155.8 ft).

    058.5 58.5 m
    (191.9 ft)
    11 m Götheborg 2003 Sailing Swedish ship is 40.9 m (134.2 ft) long without the bowsprit, and a replica of the original that sank off Göteborg in 1745.
    062.2 62.2 m
    (204.0 ft)
    13.3 m USS Constitution 1797 Museum The second oldest commissioned warship in any of navy, and the oldest wooden ship still afloat in the 21st century.
    065.0 65 m
    (213.2 ft)
    10.6 m

    SV Tenacious

    2000 Saling British ship designed for the disabled.
    069.0 69 m
    (226 ft)
    15.7 m HMS Victory 1765 Museum HMS Victory is a 104-gun ship of the line of the Royal Navy. She is the oldest naval ship still in commission and the only remaining ship of the line. dry dock in Portsmouth as a Museum .
    071.0 71 m
    (233 ft)
    13.5 m Jylland 1860-1908 Museum Restored Danish ship on display in Ebeltoft, Denmark It is the longest wooden sailship in the world.
    071.1 71.1 m
    (233.3 ft)
    14.1 m Chinese Treasure Ship replica 2008 under construction This ship will exceed "the Göteborg, the world's largest wooden ship, by 10 m. in length", according to China Daily.
    083.7 83.7 m
    (274.6 ft)
    18.5 m
    (60.7 ft)
    Al-Hashemi-II 2001- museum and restaurant Planning for this non-seagoing model of a Kuwaiti dhow began in 1985, and construction started in 1997.
    091.1 ! 91.1 m
    (299 ft)
    23.7 m
    (78 ft)
    Eureka 1890-1957 Museum The Eureka is a steamboat with twin, 27-foot paddlewheels. She carried railcars, cars and passengers across San Francisco Bay. This National Historic Landmark is at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

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